Iran’s U-23 team runners-up at world wrestling championship

Iran Greco-Roman team has finished in second place at the 2021 under 23-year World Wrestling Championships held in Serbia.

Iran’s under 23-year old Greco-Roman team with their one gold, four silver, and two bronze medal ranked second world best in Serbia 2021 World Wrestling Championship in Belgrade on Wednesday evening.

In the competitions held from October 1-3 in Serbia’s capital city, Belgrade Amin Mirzadeh gained the team’s only gold medal in 130kg weight category, the team’s four silver medals were gained by Puya Dadmarz in 55kg, Madi Mohsenjezhad in 60kg, Mohammad-Havad Rezaie in 67kg and Amin Kavianinezhad in 77kg weight categories, and their two bronze medals by Alireza Nejati in 63kg, and Nasser Alizadeh in 78kg weighs.

The Russian under-23 team with their 190 points ranked first in the world, Iran with 155 points ranked second best, and Georgia with 105 points gained the world’s 3rd best place.

The 4th to 10th best teams in the international Greco-Roman championship were respectively the Turkish (91 pts), Hungarian (86 pts), Azerbaijani (67 pts), Armenian (64 pts), Ukrainian (60 pts), German (35 0ts), And Swedish (31 pts) teams.

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